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World War Z

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Actor(s) Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos
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United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling Armies and Governments and threatening to destroy humanity itself.
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Language English
Publication Date October 15, 2013
Format DVD
DVD Regions Japan, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East, including Egypt
Genre Science fiction - action
Censor Rating U/A (Parental Guidance)
Actor(s) Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos
Director(s) Marc Foster
No of Discs 1
Studio Big Music

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     “World War Z”: Eat All You Can… 9 December, 2013 On
    This film has been described as a film of Zombies for those who don’t like Zombie films.
    While I love American horror films, I avoid the Zombie genre and prefer Vikram Bhatt’s “Chudails” to them.
    So does, maybe, the rest of India, as is evident by the lack-lustre response to Saif Ali Khan’s well-made “Go Goa Go” on Zombies.
    World War Z was not publicized well in India, a pity since this is a decent film with some nail biting scenes.
    It’s also Brad Pitt's most successful film so far.
    Marc Forster, who ably directed character-driven films like “Monster’s Ball” before jumping (unsuccessfully) to action through “Quantum of Solace,” gets it right this time.
    It’s more of an disaster/action film though Zombies have a central role.
    The attack is on a colossal, global scale never previously filmed.
    Brad Pitt is an ex-UN investigator and a stay-at-home dad to his two daughters.
    He has to find out the source/cause of the virus that causes people to become “rabid” and who spread the virus through biting/eating the flesh of the healthy person.
    In return, he gets his wife and daughters to a safe zone.
    Forster initially underplays the Zombies, (also called The Undead) giving sporadic glimpses and focusing on what they can do and leaving the rest to our imagination.
    The film starts with an action-packed scene (in Philadelphia, USA) shot in daylight, highlighting the impact of the spread that would be fitting enough for the finale, but ends quite gently (not unlike the iconic kitchen scene in “Jurassic Park”) but is surprisingly effective as it relies on time-tested, old-fashioned tactics of silence, suggestions and anticipation.
    Oddly, this enriches the climax, which maybe, an explosion-filled finale could never have achieved.
    The scenes shift to Korea, Israel and finally, Wales.
    Each location (including an incredible plane episode which will make you apprehensive about taking a flight) has a notable episode, the swarming of the zombies on the wall the most jaw-dropping.
    (Israel is the only country to find a solution to the Undead as it was proactive and acted on a communication intercepted from India. Korea is more practical and cuts the teeth of the entire population so no biting!)
    The screenplay is jerky at times (an explosion seen by Brad is never explained. Zombies are referred to as “Rakshasha” in India. The virus’s origin is vague. Brad’s daughter’s asthma is not focused upon) but held together because of some fine, non-stop action.
    The film ends on an uncertain note when a temporary solution (based on Brad’s observation that the Undead avoid unhealthy persons) is found.
    The 7.1 surround is reference quality and will have the neighbors knocking at your doors.
    The video is excellent with some grainy look in the night scenes.
    For an introduction to the talented director’s work: please view his previous restrained works like “The Kite Runner”, “Monster’s Ball” and “Finding Neverland.”)
    Recommended for a one-time watch for its unusual take on horror…
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  2.  A zombie pandemonium well handled 17 December, 2014 On
    Directed by Marc Forster, Produced by Brad Pitt, Jeremy Kleiner, Dede Gardner and Ian Bryce. Starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, James Badge and David Morse. Music by Marco Beltrami. Distributed by Paramount Pictures

    Storyline: Gerry (Brad Pitt), a UN investigator is forced to investigate a deadly zombie outbreak across the world, through his superior at UN headquarters. He finds that the entire population in his city is fully infected with a strange rabies like infection which when bitten by the infected turns into a zombie within seconds. This pandemonium spreads fast across the world and Gerry’s family narrowly escapes the zombie attack. Gerry sets off to World Health Organisation’s Research facility at Cardiff to find a solution to the epidemic and in the meanwhile visits Jerusalem to find out how Israel was able to contain the zombies and protect the un-infected. There he discovers that the zombies only bite the healthy and not the diseased and feeble. He reaches the WHO facility with great difficulty and takes the risk of getting himself injected with an unknown deadly disease which can later be cured, from the facility’s lab. His daring attempt of trial and error goes successful as the zombies in the lab ignore Gerry’s body. He, then takes the vials of the curable disease and spreads it across the world only to protect them from zombies temporarily while zombies are eradicated slowly by the world military. The story ends with a happy re-union of Gerry with his family, who thought that Gerry was dead in his mission.

    Pros: The screenplay was at its best in this movie. One would get many hair-raising moments and horrified by the way the infected zombies bite the healthy population who in turn get turned into zombies within seconds. Brad Pitt’s un-paralleled performance need not be mentioned. The emotional separation of the family when Gerry leaves to investigate the epidemic is captured very well.

    Cons: Didn’t get the fact how the soldiers escaped from the zombies who were lurking everywhere and why other animals were not shown to be bitten by the zombies. There seemed to be something lacking in the direction which could not give the required punch in the climax.

    My rating is 2.75 out of 5
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